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The Challenges Of Ganesha
Painting - Synchromatic Transparent Analine Dyes - Acrylic - Ink Pen - Pastel - Spray Paint On Canvas
When reflecting upon my works as a painter I see periods where strong feelings are transcribed lucidly onto canvas. I see a gritty harshness represented from times immersed in city living which seemed to challenge me in unnatural and unnecessary ways.
A large green meteor about to crash into the apocalyptic cityscape of crumbling buildings ephemerally rooted in something dark; all this below the glowing red sky. Ganesha oversees the doorway to a brightly colored, lighter existence. The entrance happens to lay amidst cavernous darkness.
That�s me sitting on Ganesha�s right ear fearful of falling into the abyss and the light, as the world around crumbles. I sit there waiting for a harmonious world existence.
February 4th, 2012
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